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Monday, May 30, 2005

To be released in June

Some of the most expected soundtracks will be released next month, like Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard's joint venture: Batman Begins. We will also be able to listen to John Williams' score for War Of The Worlds, and find some long expected treasures issued at last, like Trevor Jones' music for Loch Ness. Some of the new CDs are listed here:

Crash, by Mark Isham (Superb, June 11th)
Batman Begins, by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard (Warner, June 14th)
Land Of The Dead, by Reinhold Heil and Johnny Klimek (Varèse, June 21th)
The Adventures Of Shark Boy And Lava Girl in 3D, by Robert Rodriguez, John Debney and Graeme Revell (Varèse, June 28th)
War Of The Worlds, by John Williams (Decca, June 28th)

Other scores will be issued long time after their films showed on the big screen, or have been re-mastered:

Jericho / The Ghostbreaker, by John Willams (FSM)
Johnny Belinda, by Max Steiner (Screen Archives Entertainment, June 1st)
Seed Of Chucky, Pino Donaggio (La-La Land)
Escape From New York, by John Carpenter (Silva, June 5th)
The Fog, by John Carpenter (Silva, June 7th)
Battlestar Galactica: Season One, by Bear McCreary (La-La Land, June 7th)
Caveman, by Lalo Schifrin (Aleph, June 7th)
Loch Ness, by Trevor Jones (Perseverance, June 21st)
My Summer Of Love, by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory (Milan, June 21st)

Monday, May 23, 2005

Ghost Rider, for David Arnold

Nicolas Cage will be playing another super-hero on the big screen: Ghost Rider. The film is being now shot in Australia, by director Mark Steven Johnson, who didn't succeed enough with Daredevil.

Cage will be supported by other artists like Peter Fonda (Mephisto), Wes Bentley (Blackheart) and Eva Mendes (Roxanne). Jon Voight was also asked to play a role in that film, but he finally quit.

The soundtrack for Ghost Rider fill be written by David Arnold, and the film will be showed in theaters on summer 2006.

Saturday, May 21, 2005

Jablonsky will score The Transformers

The Transformers was a TV cartoon series which became famous during the 80s. Two alien robot sagas -the Autobots and the Decepticons- rally constantly, showing an ability to turn into cars. While director Michael Bay is still looking for a definitive title, Dreamworks already bought the rights and Steve Jablonsky has started to write the score, like he did before with the same director in The Island.